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My Ipod worked correctly when connected to the USB port on my 2015 Volt. Now that I have a 2018 model with 2 standard USB ports, connecting the same Ipod to either and pressing 'Media' as the manual states, a message "No device found" is displayed. I took it to my dealer today, 12/19/2017 and was told that a cable with a bayonet connector was needed and to connect with that port. I purchased such a cable,used it, and it displays an icon representing my media. But clicking on the icon does not do anything - I am unable to play my music.
Please advise me on what steps to take next.
 

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My Ipod worked correctly when connected to the USB port on my 2015 Volt. Now that I have a 2018 model with 2 standard USB ports, connecting the same Ipod to either and pressing 'Media' as the manual states, a message "No device found" is displayed. I took it to my dealer today, 12/19/2017 and was told that a cable with a bayonet connector was needed and to connect with that port. I purchased such a cable,used it, and it displays an icon representing my media. But clicking on the icon does not do anything - I am unable to play my music.
Please advise me on what steps to take next.
Maybe this will help: http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?209578-2016-Volt-USB-iPod-issue.&p=2872906#post2872906

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https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7580072

I have used an old MP3 player on mine with no problems. Perhaps your problem is that the iPod can't be seen as a hard drive so the Volt media player is confused? Is there a setting on the iPod for this? Maybe? https://www.edmunds.com/chevrolet/v...s-youll-like-the-mylink-system-interface.html

My Advice: Simply use a thumb drive and make your life easier.

I use a OnePlus 5 and BT to my system and it works very well.
 
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